There's a 20% chance of a disastrous collision, according to the European Union.
From the forces that keep athletes twirling and sliding, to the weird laws governing the world of the very small, to the far-out concepts of time travel and alternate universes, physics covers a lot of interesting territory. Here, Live Science keeps you abreast of all the fascinating physics discoveries.Physics
The first-ever images of a magnetic field around a black hole may explain the jet of matter and energy emanating from the center of galaxy M87.
The weird behaviour of the beauty quark has led physicists to believe it could be a window to a completely new physics.
Back in 2017, a point of strange light flashed through the solar system. Three years later, a new team of scientists claims to have figured out what it was.
A supermassive black hole is racing across the universe at 110,000 mph (177,000 km/h), and the astronomers who spotted it don't know why.
The hypothetical Planet Nine may not be a planet but rather a small black hole that might be detectable from the theoretical radiation emitted from its edge, so-called Hawking radiation.
The most remote particle detector on Earth has detected the most energetic antimatter neutrino ever, confirming a 51-year-old prediction.
The experiment could be a trial for many more even smaller ones probing the long-kept secrets of quantum scale gravity.
Astronomers have found the farthest known source of radio emissions in the universe: a galaxy-swallowing supermassive black hole.
If you live in Vermont and heard an explosion just before dinnertime Sunday (March 7), there's a good chance that was a shockwave from an incoming meteor exploding over the state.
Astrophysicists have a wild idea to explain the bizarre abundance of super-high-energy radiation shooting from the center of our galaxy: gravity portals.
Like mad scientists, researchers are creating miniature black holes in their laboratories. Their mission? To see if a mysterious form of radiation predicted by Stephen Hawking exists.
Astronomers spot two highly delayed signals from two different black holes tearing apart stars in their vicinity.
Cosmologists simulated 4,000 versions of the universe in order to understand what its structure today tells us about its origins.
Scientists have spotted the first evidence of a rare Higgs boson decay, expanding our understanding of the strange quantum universe.